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kaine all will be in arizona by thursday and that is a big deal one week from election day. >> melissa blasius is live where clinton will speak tomorrow, melissa? >> yeah, that's right. and the candidates are spending a lot of time and money here in arizona because these big political rallies do matter. here's what political insiders tell us. they don't expect a lot of undecided voters to come hundreds of thousands of people will be watching the rally and the news coverage before and after on tv. and then those people tell their friends and families about it. we're told that does make an impact on voter turnout. and at this late date you are seeing both candidates give speeches that are specific about local issues. here's why. >> the issues relevant here may not be relevant to other
especially when it comes to air force bases and those types of things. there are voters on the undecided fence that when they see a candidate talking about their local issue that may persuade them in many cases. >> that may be why we saw donald trump talking last weekend about obamacare rate hikes here in arizona. if you are coming out to the hillary clinton rally here tomorrow you should note they're setting up here on the fields on we can't show you that for security reasons at this point. you should know the l fields are north of -- know these fields are north of apache. get here early because parking can be tricky around asu. at the live desk tracking donald trump's latest moves to win this election. there are experts who say for trump to win he's got to win all the battleground states
traditionally blue state. he's been releasing ads in pennsylvania. he dug into his opponent's email scandal. >> when we win on november 8th. [ cheering and applause ] >> and elect a republican congress, we will be able to immediately repeal and replace obamacare. >> meantime hillary clinton putting the idea out there that trump could draw the nuclear war and a constitutional mess. that's her warning from a florida rally today. she reminding voters about trump's character and how he treats women. >> it's not okay to insult people. it's not okay. and hook at what he does -- look at what he does. he calls women ugly, disgusting, nasty all the time. >> clinton's campaign facing a hurdle because of new leaked emails.
wanted to give the chairwoman the boot in december. a leaked memo show they urged systematic shifts in the leadership level. the idea to help clinton with the presidency. the chairwoman stepped down before the convention. clinton's campaign chair talking about dumping emails after they found out she used a private account. her chair didn't explain what he meant by using the it usually means public disclosure. the border battle. bill clinton saying trump should change his rhetoric since he's going to need help from immigrants. >> he ought to be the biggest proponent of immigration reform because they're going to school or working and paying taxes and since he doesn't he's going to need somebody to pay taxes. >> the clinton campaign questioning the timing of a move by the fbi.
between bill clinton's pardon of a fugitive and a large donation made the the clinton foundation. new activity at a home we've been tracking all afternoon. a source of conflicting reports out there. a number of agencies can't tell us what crime is being investigated. abc 15's jason is there since swat showed up. >> just a little while ago we saw a black van pull up into this driveway. we've seen it a couple times. they had a quick conversation with investigators but ultimately they let them go. we've heard from several agencies that the u.s. postal investigator is the one leading this investigation. somebody in their office told us this is a wire fraud investigation. we haven't heard any confirmation that this is human trafficking as was first reported by a councilman. >> u.s. postal investigators
suspects led out in cuffs. four or five young men showed up, talked with investigators, went into the home but wouldn't tell us who they are or why they're here. we're not showing them because they might be minors. the homeowners said they rented the house to a couple running a basketball camp. the owners called authorities weeks ago when they noticed suspicious activity. this morning councilman sal diciccio told us it was a human trafficking ring. >> these are individuals that come in and can never work their way out. >> later he said he stood by his comments but was being asked by police to back off the trafficking talks. then his office said he was abandoning the comments completely that he got bad information on scene. an fbi agent said there have
confirm human trafficking. an office is virginia is involved too and said the same thing. i have talked to the u.s. postal inspectors office however right now they are not confirming any information. guys back to you. tonight waiting to learn more about the wrong way driver who killed an innocent driver the a fiery crash on the loop 101 near 35th avenue. you can see here all of it was caught on adot cameras overnight. the man driving the wrong way was also killed. and the valley too familiar with these types of crashes. what's the hold up on technology to stop these crashes from happening. we check to see where the prevention program stands today. spending the day in gila bend trying to find evidence where human remains were found last night. they belong to two people. what a scare on halloween in the valley.
person who fired paintballs into a crowd. we're told at least four people were hurt. this is near 31st avenue in sweetwater. the shooter's car reportedly a silver dodge durango with a roof rack. a drive-through nightmare. a demand for cash. the guy inside the car smashed the window of the drive- through. took off with the register. going down last monday in tucson. he got but not without getting his picture snapped. detectives need help finding him. they've been looking for him o since the day of the crime on september 27th. it happened late at night near baseline road. he flashed a gun and ran away with the cash. the tires were worn to the point the tour bus shouldn't have been on the road. but new details revealing more about this deadly crash. it was a week ago when this bus
near desert hot springs. traffic was stopped at the time with no lights, no signals, no signs about the highway work because they aren't required. a permit allowing traffic to be halted up to five minutes five times a day had taken affect five hours before the crash. a double wham my when it -- whammy when it comes to the charges for this driver. that driver was drunk and ran a red light near day tum and dynamite one person suffering injuries. trying to trick those watching our borders. this is the result. a big halloween bust. 125 pounds of pot lined the chevy suv some even in the gas tank. a 36-year-old from mexico was arrested. it is finally feeling like fall out there today. a few clouds throughout the day but gorgeous here in the valley as we kick off november and leave that exceptionally warm
scottsdale at 75. mesa at 78. glendale at 82 which was our high at phoenix sky harbor this afternoon. temperatures in the 70s. 74 at 7:00 and down to 70 by 9:00 tonight. tracking the next storm system too bringing bigger systems our way. rain chances and higher winds coming up in minutes. fighting their way into mosul. special forces are in the city for the first time in more than new video coming in. the troopings control a key -- troops control a key village but had to ends come bad for the day. took two days to get to this point. the forces will have to fend off everything from traps to bombs along the road to ambushes as they try to go house to house out there. new concerns mounting tonight. north korea launching another missile this week.
citing the latest satellite imagery saying it could happen in the next 24 hours. if it does it would be the ninth test launch this year alone. we'll keep you updated. he won't always be the mayor of phoenix. so is greg stanton thinking about the future? paperwork may hint at a run for secretary of state. a spokesperson confirms he's thinking about it. he'll face off against michelle reagan in 2018. she claims to have started the hillary clinton fan club in arizona. jerry em met is 102 years old and cast her early ballot. she's urging others to follow her lead. if you recognize her it's because of this. she helped with the role call at the dnc this summer. enough with the wrong way crashes. what's taking so long to
e. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics. tom o'halleran -- a leader we can trust. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know he generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
adot has been working on technology to prevent this. >> raquel cervantes is checking in with adot on their progress. >> imagine headlights coming at you on the highway. dps has received more than 800 calls about wrong way drivers half way through this year. more than 50 arrested for impairment and 23 people actually crashed.
developing -- prevent this. developing a technology that would detect wrong way drivers and alert dps and drivers. >> we've been developing the system. we have to move on to final design. >> they hope to test this technology on the i-17 in phoenix some time next year. but people want to know why fwhot use spike strips. >> -- why not use spike strips. >> they're designed to use in slow speed situations. >> the tragedy with this morning's crash dps says several witnesses spotted the impaired driver at a circle k and tried to stop him. >> they confronted the individual, trying to get him not to drive away. >> but preventing a large number of these crashes comes down to responsibility. when dps says two out of three drivers are impaired. reporting in phoenix raquel cervantes abc 15 news.
three puppies but new information about their rescue. >> the three sick pups were found this afternoon near a canal. they were taken from their kennels last week. a vet just checked them out and told us they're going to be okay. they'll be put up for adoption on saturday at the walk to save animals at tempe town lake. you may have heard about an arrest involving irs scammers. dozens held accountable. we know how it works. >> they pretend to be an agent claiming you owe back taxes. >> the government charged 61 people with this. many in india. some were in this country. get this, they say more than 250 million dollars was collected in this scam. the amount startling. much more than had been reported before.
far on the number of people getting these calls. >> it goes from 200 a week to 11. >> thompson found the decrease in complaints on the scam tracker site. we've had a similar decline. we received at least a dozen irs scams. since the call centers were closed we've had one come mroint. >> it's some good news. doesn't mean it's gone away and there's no one else >> this scam was so successful for so long expect it to pop up with a new variation. keep the landline calls going to voice mail. click on sections and let us know for all the ways to protect yourself. we solve problems every day. call, email, or like us on our facebook page. i'm investigator joe. you got a problem? let me know.
dog burlied under the rubble -- buried under a rubble of a collapsed building. you see that paw? they removed it rock by rock. then the puppy's face. uncovering just a bit more and they're able to get to him in time. a big bowl of water given to him there. an incredible scene because remarkably he's in good shape despite all of this. that can't be said for at least one village. nearly levelled of its buildings and historic churches. looks like a ghost town. roads cut off. everybody evacuated. 15,000 people are still in shelters as of tonight. that's on top of the 2,000 still displaced from the quake in august. well, say good-bye to october and hello to a cooler november. temperatures starting near average this month after the fifth warmest on record for october in terms of our average high and low. if you average the overall
were third warmest with the average temperature of 81. today's high 82. by now we're already seeing temperatures drop into the 70s across the valley. 77 degrees. humidity at 26% and wind out of the northwest at eight miles per hour. the temperatures stay in the 70s for the next few hours. upper 60s through 10:00 and 11:00 as we keep mostly clear skies through the overnight forecast. tonight down to lows in the 50s. if you're an early riser when we hit these lows around sunrise tomorrow it's going to be a nice, cool start to the day. 82 again tomorrow afternoon. another beautiful one for us. at 69 at 10:00 a.m. 76 at noon and then those low 80s for a few hours in the afternoon. outdoor activities look fantastic. biking, hiking, running the green light on all of it.
moderate. and the uv index low as well. in the high country temperatures look good and near average too. prescott at 56. flagstaff at 56 and sedona hitting 71 tomorrow. looks dry tomorrow. a slight chance for some isolated showers near the white mown trains -- mountains. that is going to stretch to the west for thursday. a slight chance for thursday. action stays to the north. but we have a 20% chance in our valley forecast too on thursday. and spots along the rim going up to 70% even 80% chances with the potential from half an inch to an inch of rain up there. rainfall totals for us light if we see anything at all. a slight chance for thursday and friday. temperatures in the 80s until the end of the week. your seven-day forecast in the next half hour. abc 15 sports brought to
welcome to the king yn pin challenge. -- kingpin challenge. kevin how are you feeling and doing? >> i'm feeling great. like i told you before it's about as good as i'm going to feel midpoint of the season. but i feel great. >> coming off a tough loss. >> right. >> in carolina. tonight it's about raising money for the charities. are you >> i'm decent. >> what's decent, 150, 180. >> 1 1ish. maybe 90. >> this is a unique event. >> definitely. it's always, you know, a good time. i see my teammates and we're raising money for charity is nice.
i've got this play cued up. how important was that first play of the game coming out with carson, that fumble, alleged fumble. >> it was big. it never felt like momentum got back on our favor. >> right. >> until towards the end. but then we had dug ourselves a hole and it was too late. but we never stopped fighting. i'm proud of them. we stayed in it. their record doesn't show how good they really are. i mean, a couple plays here and there and they could easily be there. this week we definitely, you know, that was a tough loss, but you know, we just need to refocus and get our minds back right for the rest of the season. we still got the meet meat of the season.
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our everyday routines or at least some of our everyday routines. a lawsuit over ballot selfies. >> a judge will hear arguments tomorrow in the california case. a state banning sharing pictures of marked ballots. the aclu is arguing it violates voter's rights rment it came to light because of -- rights. it came to light because of a selfie timberlake.
family's privacy but an attorney says this child was traumatized. >> a refugee from somalia and a devout muslim. officials say this school was meant to be a safe haven. >> he was harassed by his teacher. he was called a terrorist and physically assaulted. >> allegations that sound shocking especially because the accused is a teacher. in these complaints aclu staff sa was being shown on the 9/11 attacks. she said this is going to be you. in another incident the teacher said she couldn't wait until donald trump was elected president because quote he is going to deport all you muslims. >> there is a trend of sfupts being harassed in public schools because of their nationality and faith. >> school officials deny the
say this student is not the only one involved. another child complained she was called a terrorist for covering her face with a scarf when she was cold and an african-american girl was told she had nappy hair. police investigated these complaints and no charges were filed. was was abc 15. narrowing down the reason for getting a flat tire in the east 60. we first told you yesterday. tonight adot is confirming it has to do with the bridge expansion. metal joints came loose near higly. adot says five people have reported damage so farment. a murder in mo -- far. a murder in ma ha va -- mo
the woman survived but her brother did not. no word on a possible motive. police starting to release more information about the people killed in a bus crash in baltimore. a school bus blocks from its first stop when it collided with an oncoming commuter bus. both drivers were among the six people killed. one was 67 and the other 33. several other people were hurt. no children were on the school bus. ntsb has spent the entire day at finally made it to average today. 82 degrees was the high. temperatures now in the mid-70s across most of the valley. lows in the 50s a. nice, cool overnight forecast. winds pretty light less than ten miles an hour. even the breezes we tracked earlier are starting to die down. winds picking up again tomorrow looks breezy up north and by thursday breezy across much of
system comes in. we got rain chances too. a closer look at those coming up in minutes. with election day a week away we're continuing to fact check the presidential candidates. first stop hillary clinton on donald trump's election strategy. >> they've even said it in his campaign, it's to get women to stay home, get young people to stay home, get people of color to stay home. and get a lot, get a senator, intel -- smart intelligent men to stay home too. >> she says that he's using scorched earth tactics. trump has never said women, young people, people of color, or smart men should stay home. by he has tried to appeal to some of these voters. clinton's claim is half true. meantime trump has not backed
borders. >> she wants to let people pour in. you could have 650 million pour in and we do nothing. that's what could happen. you triple the size of our country in one week. >> he counted safety concerns. clinton has never said that. she is in favor of bringing in around 65,000 syrian refugees but that's nowhere near the hundreds of millions in one week so they rated trump's students in the queen creek school districts getting a head start. they got to cast their own ballot today. fay fredricks shows us no funny business here it's just to teach kids. >> number six. number zen. >> red and blue voting booths lined the low brar. it's election day in the queen creek school district.
felt like i was a gloun up. >> this mock -- grown up. >> this mock election called every kid votes. >> it's cool. >> and just like the real thing sometimes there are lines. >> four, five. >> before these elementary school voters can cast their in this case electronic ballots. >> it's been exciting to have that impact on them and get to talk to them about how it is so important that we take the opportunity to vote. >> with only three an senses today t absences today turnout here likely better than what we'll see. they have correctly predicted the last three elections. fay fredricks abc 15. >> and our thanks to the kids. like the adult version of the upcoming election we don't have to wait for the results. so far with roughly 20,000 votings cast hillary clinton is -- votes cast hillary clinton is winning in the mock election and she's also winning
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in less than 24 hours we could be hearing critical decisions in the bill cosby sex assault trial. his lawyers are trying once more to
get the case tossed out. today they argued to keep his depo lawsuit out of the trial. they say prosecutors should be barred for using it. they want to keep the 13 other accuse sors off the -- acusors off the witness stand. a helicopter pilot making it out of this mess alive. a crash in north carolina. the helicopter was used for agricultural spraying. deputies say it was lifting off to spray this morning when it had mechanical issues.
one of the biggest cities in the u.s. moving slower. france sit workers -- transit worker in philadelphia on strike putting a halt to mass transiting options. all of -- trance zit options. all of this because of a disagreement. in the third round. the story of a valley boy doing all he can to beat cancer. smart shoppers something close to nothing. zero dollars per gallon. yes i'm talking about free gas. where and when to get it coming up. i'm craig with the cardinals at their annual kingpin challenge. we're talking to chandler jones about the event. plus where the cardinals are here at the midway point. and your forecast looking great for tonight.
some new worries tonight of higher gas prices after that pipeline explosion in alabama. just miles from the gas leak that happened in september which led to days of shortages in several states. it runs from houston to new york. no word how long these repairs will take nor when it might reopen. the governor declared a state of emergency today that allows truck drivers to be on the road a bit longer. let's keep in mind tha explosion killed one worker. four others remain in the hospital still at this hour. katie a little boy in buckeye in the fight of his life for the third time. his cancer keeps coming back. alex is 6 years old he's in first grade. he's gone through several surgeries and learned for the third time he has cancer. his treatment options are
radiation he's -- chemo and radiation he's already gone through. >> he has that big big warm heart that no matter what you're going through he's going to put your spirit up. >> the go fund me page has been set up for alex. and money raise will help with his fight. a lot of controversy surrounding a sign in michigan. it has nothing to do with the race of the white house. it said don't die a virgin terrorists are waiting for you up there. drawn by ferry people say they're offended. >> they don't understand what they see as isis and what they see as the taliban and all the nasty things that have been portrayed against muslim americans across the region and country. it's unfortunate. >> the sign has since been changed. its owner didn't want to comment. the political robo calls
one call in florida made a lot of people especially annoyed. a group identifying itself as the drug free florida committee is asking people to vote against amendment two. it would legalize medical marijuana in the state. neighbors are getting a rude awakening from them in the form of a call at 4:00 a.m. >> the first thing you think is what's wrong? who's hurt? i'm going are you kidding me? at 4:00 a.m.? >> the group says this mistake. the call was supposed to go out at 4:00 in the afternoon not early in the morning. with all the injuries the cardinals are struggling with the bye week might be what they need. >> how about a night of bowling too, maybe that'll help. they're out for the annual kingpin charity event. that's where craig is. >> it is a tough job that i have to do. i'm out here, we're having fub
chandler for a charity event. it's the annual event. we have to talk about the injuries. i lost my guest. chabtd ler jons is -- chandler jones is bowling apparently. i've got some video to talk about some of these things. jarred lost last week. he's out for the season with a torn try accept -- triaccept muscle. --trycep -- tricep muscle. and larry fitzgerald suffering from a bum ankle right now. it's going to be tough. here's chandler right now. thanks for being here my friend again. we talked to you recently. we're talking about the injuries on this team. this bye week couldn't come at a bheter time, right? -- better time, right? >> whenever you have a bye week it's good for a team for sure. guys get the time to rest. >> what are you doing this week
getting massages and getting in tubs and things. most of the things are seeing what i can do better. >> got to win a few of the games left to get in the playoffs. >> for sure. >> get back to that bowling. chandler jones with us. all the players are here having fun you guys. >> can we get a bye week maybe right after the election? >> i know. >> you guys don't get any time off huh? >> you guys have >> i thought they were going to graphic. i was on the move. all right 77 degrees out there right now. humidity at 26%. those winds not bad. less than ten right now. less than ten overnight and through much of day tomorrow. breezes pick up in the high country and everybody breezy by thursday as the next storm system approaches. storms farther to the north.
a gorgeous fall night in the ral lee. we got -- valley. we got our near average temperatures back. 61 in sedona and mitd to upper 50s -- mid to upper 50s in payson and prescott. a little bit of verga out to the north. the atmosphere sucks up the moisture. we are going to continue to moisten things up as this low pressure system digs down. this is going to be into thursday. moisture is going to wrap around it on the eastern side of this storm system. and then come back to the west toward arizona on thursday. so we're going to start off with a slight chance for isolated showers tomorrow. we're going to filter the chances by thursday including in the valley. about a 20% chance for us. mostly sunny tomorrow. low 60s in the morning. 76 by noon and a couple hours in the mid to late afternoon
gilbert at 81. paradise valley at 81. anthem at 79. peoria, glendale avondale at 82 for tomorrow. freezing in places like the grand canyon and window rock. highs in the coolest spots ranging from the mid-50s to low 60s. and payson, sedona low to mid- 70s there. phoenix at 82 degrees. we'll go to about 85 on thursday also seeing slight chances for isolated showers and thunderstorms. drier again and warmer too into next weekend and early next week. the 90s back in play toward the middle of next week that end of your seven-day forecast. amazon shoppers getting an early taste of black friday. really early. the online shopping service launching its deal store today. it features new discounts each day. but look often because the
times sometimes disappearing every five minutes. the deals will continue until december 22nd. speaking of shopping how does free sound? we've been talking about free gas all day. dan spindle has the location we've been waiting for. >> how good does it feel to fill up with cheap gas? this is just south of the loop. tomorrow morning roll your car, van, truck over here and you will get free gas. yes free. $20 worth per vehicle. you just have to grab your smart phone and download the gas buddy app. it's a way to say thank you for tanksgiving. we're the first place in the
come here to beson road south of the 202. -- dobson road south of the 202. i'm dan spindle abc 15 news. country music's biggest night is tomorrow. the country music awards celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. we stopd by 102.5 knix to get their award. dj brooks has some strong feelings. >> if record year by eric church does not win song of the year i'm writing a strongly worded tweet to everyone. because that should win. >> can you send out a tweet to everyone? >> i will. >> you can watch them tomorrow night on abc 15 beginning at 7:00. arz for tonight our primetime -- as for tonight
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i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said,
paul babeu is abusive. physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. woman: a school that used to be run by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. man: congressional candidate not only ran a boarding school rife with abuse, he supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them. paul babeu is unfit to represent us. for the content of this advertising. caught on video. one scary situation in china. look at this. this is a little boy riding
toy car. you can see the kid using his feet to navigate here. this is what's crazy. several cars driving around him until finally a police officer comes to his rescue. he found the child's mother and returned him home. unbelievable. great video. tonight at 10:00. water wars. dozens of people in the valley claiming their bills are shooting up by hundreds of dollars without an explanation. it's coming to a head tonight. not just caught on camera, he's but what is he doing? . and the future of artificial intelligence the new machine guaranteed to produce nightmares. here's a look at your forecast. changes thursday and friday. rain chances look slight but
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[ crow caws ] ? [ whistling ] uh, brick, what's with the getup? oh, this? i've noticed high-school kids seem to be very into school pride. as you know, i live life on the periphery, ringes of fun. but i've decided, if i want to graduate having lived the high-school experience, it will require total immersion. but you don't even like sports. correction -- used to not like sports. now all i care about is we beat the bentonville bears friday night. the bears are going down. i hate them based on their geographical location. good man. in addition to sports cheering, i will also decorate my locker and perhaps participate in a school prank.